Category Archives: Theologian

Happy Birthday John Calvin (1509-1564)

John Calvin (1509-1564) was born in France and became a lawyer and later a theology student. He wrote the Institutes of the Christian Religion. He was introduced to Luther’s teachings while he was a student in Paris and agreed with … Continue reading

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Who Was Augustine And Why Was He Important?

Written by: Ryan M. Reeves Augustine is almost universally loved by Christians. Indeed, those who find cause to reject Augustine often do so based on a particular issue they find problematic in his teachings. Rarely is someone a full-blown anti-Augustinian. Certainly … Continue reading

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Heinrich Bullinger: Covenant Theologian

Introduction The truth of God’s covenant is part of the precious heritage of Reformed Churches. We are not always aware of the fact that this truth goes back to the time of the Reformation. Prior to the Reformation this truth … Continue reading

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Hugh Latimer (1480—1555)

by Tom Stewart In this age of machismo, what do the “meek and lowly in heart” (Matthew 11:29) have to do with Christian Courage? “The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion” (Proverbs … Continue reading

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9 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT JOHN CALVIN

By. Joe Carter Here are nine things you should know about the French theologian and Reformer.

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